Time Management

By Mina Khani, OSR Training Coordinator

Punctuality is especially important if your employment includes shift work or requires team involvement.

Even if your work doesn’t involve daily time requirements of any kind, co-workers will probably notice if you consistently arrive late or have difficulty meeting project deadlines. Punctuality reassures your boss that you take your job seriously and work hard to meet client and customer demands.

The below mentioned are few reasons that help you tell how important punctuality is:

  • It shows strong character and portrays your interest in the company.
  • It gives you a chance to know more people in the workplace who work on different shifts.
  • It shows your respect for others. To be successful in life, it is important to show respect to your colleagues.
  • It gives more time to plan your day and settle down from the rush-hour traffic. If there is a meeting to attend, then prepare for it before entering the room.
  • Punctuality proves you to be a trustworthy, reliable and efficient.
  • It reduces stress. When work is done on time, it will reduce unnecessary work pressure, and prevents you from blaming others for the situation.
  • It boosts your self-confidence and increases productivity.

At ASP, it is imperative to our operation that our employees are punctual and reliable, since we need full coverage in our critical posts at all times.

Incorporating punctuality in life will also increase your respect among friends and family. Once it becomes a part of your life, it won’t be a task anymore. The best practice to be punctual is to keep a timetable and clock or watch with you at all times.

Congratulations to all agents who are punctual! Here are just a few of our most punctual agents at ASP – OSR.

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